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post #101 of 192
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

Again, you can watch his stream and see more than one example.

To reiterate the point. Different models of mice have their nuances, one of those is the "latency" of the buttons, which will dictate when you should press the button to land a shot. Buy the MasterMouse and play with the debouncing settings to experience it yourself.

Yes... I fail to see the point unless your point is that different mice have different characteristics - in which case you're just stating the obvious. You can use this clip to demonstrate how a player certainly can't just immediately switch to another mouse and be as if nothing was changed (unless the new mouse is exactly the same as the old mouse). You can't however use this clip to demonstrate that there is something wrong with this mouse.
Edited by trism - 9/1/16 at 11:55am
post #102 of 192
Hey guys . I got myself a mastermouse pro today aswell and so far this one is more like a disastermouse . I hope that some of you guys who are owning one already can help me finding out if this is just the case for me might have picked up a bad sample or if this is the case for you aswell . So basically the problem i have is that the bottom or floor of this mouse isn't plane / level / flat / even . What this means is if i put the mouse on a 100 % plane / level / flat / even surface for example a table or a hardpad ( hardpad just to eliminate the possibility of bumps or anything like that ) there is always one corner / edge of the mouse in the air , not even slightly but by something between 1-2 mm . It's needless to say that this makes the mouse absolutely unusable since it's wobbling like crazy , specially when pressing mousebuttons the whole mouse moves to one or the other side . I hope i was able to describe the problem well enough for you guys to understand what i am talking about . I would appreciate it if whoever owns the mouse from you guys could either confirm or disconfirm this . I have made some pictures of it aswell to show you guys what i am talking about , not the best ones , but should give you some idea . The pictures really showing how horrible this is .

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Edited by overclockner - 9/1/16 at 12:42pm
post #103 of 192
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Originally Posted by overclockner View Post

Hey guys . I got myself a mastermouse pro today aswell and so far this one is more like a disastermouse . I hope that some of you guys who are owning one already can help me finding out if this is just the case for me might have picked up a bad sample or if this is the case for you aswell . So basically the problem i have is that the bottom or floor of this mouse isn't plane / level / flat / even . What this means is if i put the mouse on a 100 % plane / level / flat / even surface for example a table or a hardpad ( hardpad just to eliminate the possibility of bumps or anything like that ) there is always one corner / edge of the mouse in the air , not even slightly but by something between 1-2 mm . It's needless to say that this makes the mouse absolutely unusable since it's wobbling like crazy , specially when pressing mousebuttons the whole mouse moves to one or the other side . I hope i was able to describe the problem well enough for you guys to understand what i am talking about . I would appreciate it if whoever owns the mouse from you guys could either confirm or disconfirm this . I have made some pictures of it aswell to show you guys what i am talking about , not the best ones , but should give you some idea . The pictures really showing how horrible this is .

dc1a9vkt5oi3ggkk8.jpg
On the side that's raised, it looks like the side cover isn't properly placed. It's lower than the one on the other side
post #104 of 192
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Originally Posted by F120 View Post

On the side that's raised, it looks like the side cover isn't properly placed. It's lower than the one on the other side

Yeah noticed that aswell ever since i have it , now i have removed the sidecover and it looks like the whole mouse is bent . This is probably a bad monday example and not representative at all . I try to make some more pics of it now .
post #105 of 192
Here is an pic with the sidecover removed .
post #106 of 192
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Originally Posted by overclockner View Post

Here is an pic with the sidecover removed .

I'm guessing the gap in the red box isn't supposed to be there. Idk if it isn't screwed together properly or if that can just snap in to place or what, but if that isn't there are the other side you should try to get that in place or return it. I'm guessing those pieces are supposed to be flush against each other. check the other side and see if that is the case on that side.

post #107 of 192
Yep that thing is just a bad broken unit , gonna order a new one in a few minutes and send this one back . Shape felt surprisingly good from the short testing i did .
post #108 of 192
So, Cooler Master broke something other than firmware. Congrats!
post #109 of 192
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

So, Cooler Master broke something other than firmware. Congrats!


talk about consistency. only other company this consistent has to be finalmouse with delays.
post #110 of 192
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Originally Posted by Ihateallmice View Post

talk about consistency. only other company this consistent has to be finalmouse with delays.

Who? I've never heard of this company called Fina... oh, wait, you mean that company that hasn't released anything good ever? Yeah, I vaguely remember that company. Shame they don't exist anymore.



*sarcasm*
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